Taste The Kwang’s Black specialises in charcoal grilled char siew with several outlets throughout Singapore. You can choose between noodles or rice. Shown here is their char siew wanton noodles.
The noodles are quite springy and uses a soya sauce based seasoning on the wetter side. It is stacked with char siew slices, slightly fat and moist with a slightly sweet taste. A few pieces of wanton are included on the side. The wanton uses shrimps filling instead of the usual pork. It is a nice departure from the norm in Singapore.
You can add in your own portions of chilli, chopped spring onions and lard pieces. The chilli tastes of dried shrimps and has a salty flavour, just ordinary to me. There is also a bowl of soup served on the side, with average flavours.
I would have preferred their char siew to be more burnt, more fatty and with stronger honey tastes, but this is still a decently likeable char siew wanton noodles.
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